There is a centre inside ourselves that knows how to direct us towards healing



Therapy helps to get in touch and to unlock your self-healing power. I have a deep passion in helping people who are experiencing psychological difficulties. Together we will work on exploring your desires, connecting with love and a sense of purpose.

I have more than 10 years of study and experience in working with people from all over the world. In my clinical work I use an Integrative Approach which is derived from the Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Analytical Psychology with focus on psychosomatic symptoms,  Art Therapy,  Morenian Psychodrama. Read more about me.

Four steps transformational process

Pinpoint patterns

The first step is to point out unhealthy patterns.

Together we will work to identify what is causing the emotional pain.


Subtle or evident changes in daily life become noticeable: that is when the transformation of old patterns has taken place. Becoming aware of ‘the new’  in you, allows for  new experiences of ‘old situations’.

Integration & Acceptance

“The whole is different from the sums of its parts”; by integrating  and embracing  inner patterns is possible to move from a state of pain and isolation into one of love and connection.

Embodiment of 'the new'

‘The new’ is in you. Do you see it? 

Being fully present and connected to bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts leads to a sense of wholeness and groundedness.

Are you experiencing...

Psychosomatic symptoms

Psychosomatic illnesses are caused by acute and constant anxiety, emotional distress, chronic fear, repressed anger, unprocessed grief, chronic resentment and dissatisfaction, chronic guilty feelings and
worrisome thoughts, chronic feelings of emptiness or worthlessness.

Typical psychosomatic symptoms: Gastritis, Colitis, Ulcer, IBS, Gastric reflux, Tachycardia, Heart disease , Hypertension, Asthma, Hyperventilation, Vertigos, Premature ejaculation, Anorgasmia, Enuresis, Psoriasis, Dermatitis, rofuse sweating, Dryness of the skin, severe headache, Chronic fatigue, Fibromialgia, Arthritis.


Depression is a common mental disorder affecting millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by persistent sadness and a lack of interest or pleasure in previously rewarding or enjoyable activities.It can also disturb sleep and appetite; tiredness and poor concentration are common. The effects of depression can be long-lasting or recurrent and can dramatically affect a person’s ability to function and live a rewarding life.


Recurrent, involuntary, and intrusive distressing memories and?or
dreams of the traumatic event. Dissociative reactions (e.g.,
flashbacks) in which the individual feels or acts as if the traumatic
event(s) were recurring. Intense or prolonged psychological and
physiological distress at exposure to internal or external cues that
symbolize or resemble an aspect of the traumatic event. Persistent
avoidance of stimuli associated with the traumatic event.

Anxiety disorders

Generalised anxiety disorders, panic attacks, social anxty disorder, separation anxiety disorder.


Burnout is a psychological state of exhaustion stemming from persistent exposure to work-related stressors encompassing three distinctive, yet interrelated, components: exhaustion, cynicism (or depersonalization), and a reduced sense of professional efficacy.


A state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.

Sexual dysfunctions

Female sexual arousal/interest disorder, female orgasmic disorder, genito-pelvic pain, male hypoactive sexual desire disorder, erectile,
disorder, premature (early) ejaculation, and delayed ejaculation


Grief is the response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something that has died, to which a bond or affection was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, cultural, spiritual and philosophical dimensions. While the terms are often used interchangeably, bereavement refers to the state of loss, and grief is the reaction to that loss. 

The grief associated with death is familiar to most people, but individuals grieve in connection with a variety of losses throughout their lives, such as unemployment, ill health or the end of a relationship. Loss can be categorized as either physical or abstract.The physical loss being related to something that the individual can touch or measure—such as losing a spouse through death—while other types of loss are abstract, and relate to aspects of a person's social interactions.

Difficulties coping with emotions

Inability in recognising and understanding one’s emotions and how
to navigate challenging experiences.

Eating disorders

Anorexia nervosa (BMI>17kg/m2),
Bulimia Nervosa (an average of 1-3 episodes of inappropriate compensatory behaviour per week), Binge-Eating Disorder (1-3 binge eating episodes a week).

Troubled relationships

Issues within relationships can manifest in unresolved conflicts, differences in values and expectations, trust issues, lack of emotional support, lack of mutual understanding.

Emotional/physical/verbal abuse

Manipulating, controlling or undermining someone’s emotions, intentionally causing bodily harm, belittling, threatening, yelling, name-calling.

Insomnia disorders

Difficulty initiating sleep, difficulty maintaining sleep, early-
morning awakening.

Creativity block

Difficulties in generating new ideas or solutions or out of the box ideas.

Difficulties adapting to a new culture

 Disorientation, confusion, anxiety, loneliness, frustration, homesickness, a sense of alienation.

What to expect 

I offer a safe and a private space, both online and in-person, in which we can talk and explore the reasons behind your
behaviour. Therapy helps to reconnect and to understand your inner world. We will speak about
the goal that you have for doing therapy. The duration of therapy depends on the particular issue
you want to work on. Moreover, throughout the length of therapy we will speak about your progress
and satisfaction with it.

Please, note that I don't treat suicidal ideation, self-harming, hallucinations and psychosis.